Album: "Mindfire" (1994)
Label: Cleopatra Records
Style: Electro industrial
Songs: 11


Reviewed by: Darklight

This is your typical electro industrial music featuring electronic beats, samples, and slightly distorted vocals. There are seven songs and four instrumentals. I'm glad that the songs with vocals outnumber the instrumentals. All of the music found on this album is very dance floor acceptable with fast paced catchy techno style rhythms that will make your body move. But there is a dark side to these songs as well, with some goth style touches included in the background. All of the songs tend to sound the same, but at least there is nothing slow here. It's all energetic and fast. The vocals are a bit high pitched for my tastes, but they're not annoying. They go with the music rather well. But the singer doesn't experiment too much with his vocals. He pretty much sings the same on every song. This isn't one of the greatest electro industrial albums out there, but it's definitely not the worst, either. If you're a big fan of this style of music, you'll be pleased with this album.